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Pojoaque High School Class of 1987 High School Reunion
Click here for details of the Elks 30th High School Reunion!
Nambé Pueblo Independence Day Event
Saturday, July 1, 2017
10 AM – 4 PM at Nambé Fall Recreation Area
Click here for more information.
Rudolfo Anaya Summer Reading Program
Rudolfo Anaya Summer Reading Program Begins June 5th!
If Rudolfo Anaya is among your child’s favorite authors, encourage him or her to participate in the Rudolfo Anaya Summer Reading Program! Independent of LANL sponsorship, this program is a collaboration between award-winning New Mexico author Rudolfo Anaya and the Montalvo family, who started the Christopher Montalvo Memorial Fund on behalf of their son who passed away in an automobile accident in 2005. The program encourages children’s love for books during the summer months to retain and strengthen critical reading skills.
This year’s Rudolfo Anaya Summer Reading Program kicks off June 5th and runs through August 15th. Elementary students in grades K–6 from Los Alamos, Pojoaque, Rio Arriba, and Santa Fe counties (including tribal schools) are invited to participate in this program. Participants must keep a record of books read. The five students with the most books read will be eligible for special prizes. All participants will receive a certificate of recognition and a book by Rudolfo Anaya.
Anaya, often considered the founder of contemporary Chicano literature, was born in Pastura, New Mexico. The author, now 79, currently resides in Albuquerque. He continues to write and promote children’s love of reading.
For more information and to download a reading log, visit the program’s webpage at: Rudolfo Anaya Summer Reading Program
New Mexico Department of Transportation
Press Release: NMDOT Announces Upcoming Roadway Reconstruction On NM 30 in Pueblo of Santa Clara
PED Focus Training Schedule
Click here to view the full PED FOCUS Training Schedule through August 2017.
Youth Summer Sports Camp… brought to you by Pueblo of Pojoaque Wellness Center
Click here for more information! Space is limited, so register today!
For children entering 4th-12th grades. Please click here for more information on the specific camps.
If you would like more information or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact:
Future City is a cross-curricular program that lets students in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades do the things engineers do: identify problems, brainstorm ideas, design solutions, test and retest, build and then share the results. The Future City Competition consists of five deliverables, or end products of the project. These deliverables document the team’s progress through the engineering design process and showcase the team’s city of the future. Teams are judged and scored on all deliverables.
Educators who register before May 1st will be entered into a drawing to win one of three $100 material stipends. Click on the link for more information.